المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Instability in Al-Quneitra | Three regime soldiers killed in attack on military checkpoint on border with the occupied Golan

Al-Quneitra Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: SOHR activists have documented the death of three regime soldiers and injury of others in today’s attack by unknown gunmen, using machineguns and IEDs, on a regime military checkpoint in Ruwayhina area in Al-Quneitra countryside, nearly two kilometres away from the demilitarize zone in the occupied Golan.

 

Observatory sources have just reported an armed attack on a military checkpoint of regime forces in Al-Quneitra countryside, hours after an IED explosion in a military vehicle of the “Golan Regiment” ” in Al-Qusayba village in southern countryside of Al-Quneitra.

 

SOHR sources documented earlier this morning the death of a member of the “Golan Regiment” which is close to the Lebanese Hezbollah, succumbing to his wounds sustained yesterday in an IED explosion in a military vehicle belonging to the “Golan Regiment” in Al-Qusayba village in southern countryside of Al-Quneitra, near the occupied Syrian Golan, bringing the death toll to two members.

 

On January 11, SOHR sources reported that unknown gunmen opened fire, in the early hours of Monday morning, on a post of the regime’s ally forces of “Golan Regiment”, which is close to the Lebanese Hezbollah, in Jaba town in Al-Quneitra countryside. The attack resulted in the death of a member of “Golan Regiment”.

 

While on January 7, Observatory activists said the IED which exploded earlier that morning in a car carrying people on the road to Mumtanah in the central countryside of Al-Quneitra, targeted a former opposition leader of the “Martyrs of Al-Quneitra” faction who struck a reconciliation deal and joined the Military Security “branch 220” with several members of the faction. The explosion killed the leader and injured three other people who were escorting him.

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